what is 0x00a8ecd0 referenced memory at 0x00f3ef50?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Well, to you and me, it means nothing - but for software developers, they can use these hexadecimal address references to see what went wrong. Basically, the message is saying that a piece of code stored at address 0x00a8ecd0 tried to access memory stored at 0x00f3ef50, and apparently, it wasn't supposed to. So the program throws an exception, and gives the address pointers for debugging purposes.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
the first number is pointing to the second number in reference to memory... 0x00f3ef50 is a absolute memory address
- csalm87Lv 41 decade ago
all i know is that that's binary right there...lol
that is the location of the memory